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NBC
Feb 13, 2013 5:00pm EST
endorsement from first lady michelle obama. it was the focus of a workshop at the white house this morning hosted by the first lady. about 80 middle and high school students from d.c. and new orleans attended. the movie was set in louisiana. students saw the film, then got to question the crew and its 9-year-old star quvenzhane wallis, who is the youngest oscar nominee ever. mrs. obama said the message of survival is one that youngsters can apply to their own lives. >> it shows us the strength of our communities, no matter what they look like. it shows us that those communities can give us the power to overcome any kind of obstacles. little quvenzhane wallis plays the role of a girl struggling to survive in the southern delta as a storm is approaching. the film is up for four oscar nominations, including best pictures, best actress, and best dire director. >>> let's check out what stories are trending, the royal family is said to be irate over paparazzi photos of the duchess of cambridge. it shows her pregnant weighing a bikini on a private vacation with prince william. the royal family su
FOX News
Feb 13, 2013 8:00am PST
house. now you may remember the sergeant munley sat with first lady michelle obama during the president's 2010 state of the union address. you can see her right there. munley says that she was told that the victims of that shooting would be taken care of but instead, she says she feels betrayed. >> not to the least little bit have the victims been taken care of. in fact they have been neglected very badly. >> so the president's promise was not fulfilled? >> no. >> reporter: munley was shot three times that day as she and her partner took on major nidal hasan likely preventings more deaths. part of what is also so disturbing about this story that munley has been laid off from her job at fort hood's civilian police force. munley and other victims there are now suing the government because the government characterized the attack as work place vie ends are and not terrorism. that designation they say doesn't give them adequate access to medical care and also financial benefits. they say that the wounds should be characterized as combat-related. by the way, jon, we should mention we just got
Current
Feb 13, 2013 3:00am PST
called out michelle obama because he said they didn't need her in chicago. >> for going to the funeral for the 15 -- >> bill: >> it gets worse because he recently filed, in illinois's 8th district, that he wanted to drastically reduce his child support payments because he is no longer a congressman. remember, it turned out that he owed a lot of money in child support while he was running. he never really shook that label of dead-beat dad. now that he is out of his cushy congressional job, he is now filing so that he has to pay or that he wants to pay less money. >> bill: god, cry me a river. right. >> yeah. >> bill: adam for the progressive change campaign committee, do you consider barack obama a true progressive? >> i wouldn't consider the first term barack obama a true progressive. i think he dealt a lot with the corporations. >> bill: or if he was, he was in the closet maybe? >> i think we can judge it essentially by one main issue in the second term which is does he cut social security, medicare or medicaid benefits. that was the one part of his sp
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